On the extraordinary location, on the terraces covered with forest, directly above the river Soča, there lies one of the most beautiful camps in the Soča Valley which measures approximately 4000 square meters in size. Camp Koren, Kobarid, which can accept 280 guests in the camp and 36 guests in the eco chalets, is the only four-star camp in this part of the Soča Valley.
Camp Koren, Kobarid, has a long tradition in ecotourism and was one of the first Slovene camps to be awarded the EU Ecolabel, the European certificate for environmental tourism. Camp is open throughout the whole year, and during this time, you can also reside in the eco houses.
The tourist guide Cool Camping Europa ranked Koren Camp in top 20 destinations in Europe for nature and camping. We are also recommended by the largest European guide ADAC, as well as by the renowned British camping guide Alan Rogers, which selected our camp to be the winner of the Rented Accommodation Award 2010 due to the top-quality accommodation in our chalets.
Find out for yourselves why Camp Koren, Kobarid, is awarded so many tourist prizes year by year and why the third of all our guests comes back every year.
Those of you who love spending your holidays in the tents will definitely enjoy themselves in Zone D, since there are several terraces available there and the sites are not accessible by car. The terraces are of various sizes, some of them are large enough for only one tent. In the immediate vicinity of the terraces, there is a special covered picnic spot where you are allowed to light a campfire. In the immediate vicinity of Zone D, there is also a parking lot.
Zones A, B and C are more suitable for larger tents, and there you can also find space for smaller tents, that is under the edge of the slope in the upper part of Zone C. Here, there are also spots intended for barbecues and campfires.
Zone E also has its special charm because it is entirely in the forest and its upper part borders on a grassy clearing. It is intended for tents as well as campers and caravans. There are electric hook-up points and campfire spots available there.
CAMPER AND CARAVAN SITES
Guests who arrive to the camp by a camper or caravan may use campsites in Zones A, B and C. Six sites in Zone C provide full utility services; they have electric hook-ups as well as drainage and water hook-ups. In the camp, in the sanitary facilities by the reception, there is a chemical toilet, and in Zone D, by the climbing wall, there is an area for fresh water inlet and waste water outlet.
You can also park your camper or caravan in Zone E, which is in the forest and its upper part borders on a grassy clearing. There are electric hook-up points, sanitary facilities and campfire spots available.
For all of you who prefer a solid roof over your head we designed six wooden eco chalets in 2009. The beautiful wooden houses on the terraces just a few steps away from the reception offer a luxurious stay on two levels with 100 square meters in total size. Each chalet accepts up to 6 persons (4 + 2), and in two of the chalets, pets are allowed.
On ground level, there are an entrance hall, which is suitable for storing sport equipment, a large living room with a couch (extra bed for two persons), a TV-set, a dining corner and a handy kitchen with all the necessary equipment and a fridge. On ground level, there is also a bathroom with a shower. On the upper floor, there are two bedrooms, in each there are two very comfortable beds (2.10 m in length), which can be transformed into a double bed. In the chalets, there is free internet wireless connection available.
A stay in eco chalets is especially comfortable due to the warmth of the wood, which always creates the optimal climate in the rooms, since the wood takes the excess moisture from the air or emits it, when the air in the room is too dry. The wooden walls are coated only with oil, and the floor in the rooms is waxed and coated with linseed oil, which enables the wood to preserve all its natural power. Around the chalets, there are flower beds and lawns, which can be accessed via stone paths. Holidays in these eco chalets present a wonderful mixture of comfort and a close connection to nature.
Come and enjoy it!
Choose: endless peace or adrenaline injection
The Soča Valley between Tolmin and Trenta is one of the most important European natural heritage sites and it is especially well-known among paragliders and kayakers as well as climbers, hikers, mountain bikers and sport fishermen. But these are just some options that the river Soča and its surroundings offer to sport enthusiasts.
It seems that nature created this area beneath the Julian Alps just for them, since here the conditions for active leisure time are perfect; let us also mention rafting, canyoning, hydrospeeding and horseback riding.
It is no coincidence that numerous paragliding competitions (world championship, open national championships of England, the Netherlands, Hungary ...) take place here and that kayakers and climbers from all around the world come to the Soča Valley. When you discover the beauties of the Soča Valley, you will want to come back again and again.